1940 – Born on November 11th in Brooklyn, New York. An American politician.
1958 – Graduated from Wingate High School.
1962 – She graduated from Brooklyn College.
– Married her husband Stewart Boxer.
1972-1974 – She worked as a journalist in Pacific Sun.
1976-1982 – She was a member of County Board of Supervisors Marin County.
1983 – She was elected as a Congresswoman in California 6th.
1992 – A former San Francisco stockbroker, Barbara Boxer was elected as a Democrat to the U.S. Senate, the so-called "Year of the Woman" in Congressional elections. Prior to her Senate election, she was a congresswoman in the U.S. House of Representatives.
1993 – She was elected as an American Senator from the State of California.
2000 – She appeared in the film "Traffic".
2001 – Author of the book "Nine and Counting: The Women of the Senate" with Susan Collins.
2005 – Author of the novel "A Time to Run".